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Vol. 1. No. 322.
HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1896.
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TVelth nrnkl v-JVIeetlng
Jocfeey - Club
June 11th, 1896.
Races to Coraruenco at 10 a. na. Sharp.
1 BIOYCLE RACE. Prizo:
Gold Medal, valued at 20.
2 BICYCLE RACE. Prizo:
Gold Medal, valued at $30.
,3 HONOLULU PURSE, S200.
Runniug race; railo dash.
Free for nil.
' 4 MERCHANTS' PURSE.
Trotting nnd Pacing to har
iiess. Best 2 in 3, 2:45 clnss.
5 OCEANIC S. S. CO'S CUP,
$150 ADDED. RunningRaco;
il mile dash. Hawaiian Bred.
6 ROSITA CHALLENGE
CUP, S200 ADDED. Run
ning Raco; 1 milo dash.
7 KAPIOLANI PARK PURSE.
Trotting and Pacing to har
ness, best 2 in 3, 2:35 class.
8 HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB
. PURSE. g milo dash for
Hawaiian brods, $150.
9 KALAKAUA CUP. 1 milo
dnsh for Hawaiian bred, $150.
10-SPEOIAL RACE. Maiden
Raco; trotting and pacing to
harness. Hawaiian brod 4
year olds or under. Purso $100.
11 PRESIDENT WIDE
MANN'S PURSE. milo
dash; free for all. S150 uddod.
- All entries aro to bo mado with
the Secretary beforo 2 o'clock
Monday, Juno 8th, 189G. En
trance foos to bo 10 per cent, of
purso, uuloss olhorwiso specified.
All Races to bo ruu or trotted
under tho rules of tho Hawaiian
All horses aro oxpootod to start,
unless withdrawn by 9 o'clock a.
m. on, Juno 10th, 1890.
Gonoral admission '. .50 cents
Grand Stand (oxtra) ...
50 cents and $1
Carriages (insido of course)
Quarter stretch badges $5
Per order Committee,
S. G. WILDER,
Secretary Hawaiian Jockey Club.
Mules I Mules !
loft San Francisco
36 Head of Choice Mules
Which ho has tuken moat pains to Rcloct
for plantation uio, they will nrrivo por
bark It P Itithct nu or about Juno 1st, and
tun consigned to J N AYiight.Litllo Britain,
Honolulu. P. O. Box 00.
J. N. Wright,
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
"Will relieve tho most dis
tressing cough, soothe
tho inflamed membrane,
loosen tho phlegm, nnd
induco refreshing sleep.
Whooping Ctghj Soro
Throhti'nnd an tho pul-
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uiuimry ruuujus 10 which -tlm
vonnT nrn an llnhln o
there Is no other remedy so cfTcct
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Gold Mcdali at the World's Chid Expositions.
tar Tho mtne, A.vor'n Tlirrry Poetnral,
Is prominent uii tlm wrapper mul la iiionn
In (be ulsss ot vjcIi buttle. Tuku nu clieaii
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bolo Afrcnta for tho Itopublio of Hawaii.
(mports of Champagne In
to the United States,
FROM JAN. 1ST TO JUNK IsT, 1895.
Q H Mumm & Co.'s extra
dry '.....,. .. 30,831
Pommery & Greno 11,798
Moot & Ohnndon 9.C08
Hoidsieck & Co., (dry
Louis Roederer 3,438
Porricr Jouot 3.286
Vvo. Clicquot 2,378
Delbeck & Co. . . 728
St. Mnrcoaux 334
Krug& Co 270
Ohns. Hoidsiook 355
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Election of Officers.
At a meeting of the Stockholders of tho
Tropic Fruit uud Fibro Company Ltd. hold
thin day tho following officers wore elected
to bcrvo for tho ensuing y.inr;
J II Fisher Freiident
D McLcau Vivo President
Thos'J King Treasurer
John Kflinger Booretary
John Grace Auditor
Honolulu. May 29, 1800. ,.117-lw
A SUITEOF KOOMS L VTETA' OCCUPIED
by Dr. Tuoltor will bo fur rent on nnd ttftor
Juno 10tb,coruerFortnnd DmotnniaHtrcots.
LEGISLATURE IN SESSION I
RKIfUNDINO III,L 1MSSEH NE(.
OXl RKAllINU XX 1IIE SKNATC.
I'roBret Mlo ou Oilier mil
AcUCIrcvnte Law Short
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In tho Spiinto this
Senator Buldwiu from
feronco committeo ou tho appro
priation bill from current receipts
recommended tho iusortiou of
tho following itomi T.aldry of
professor of chemistry for Janua-'
ry and February $106; landings
and buoys, Hawaii, 83000;, new
road Hokuauui gulch S3000j road
from Pahoa to head of Itycroft's
road' $10,000; judgment in favor of
Mrs. Victoria "Vnrd $10,005.90;
expenses olectrio railway" commis
sion S-105.5C; roods and bridges
Koloti $600; subsidy of steamer
between Hilo and Pohoiki, island
of .Hawaii, ono trip a month,
$1200; tolophono connection be
tween Pohoiki court houso, Puna'
and Hilo, -on condition that a liko
amount bo" expended by residents
of tho district $1200. Tho itom of
$2000 for tolophono connection
between Kohala and Huohuo, on
condition that Kohala residents
raiso $2000, is struck out. On
motion tho roport of tho commit
teo was adopted.
Under suspension of tho rules
Minister Coopor gavo notico of
and read a bill appropriating
$1190.05 for tho uao of tho Board
of Education. The bill passed
tho first reading undwas referred
to tho Printing Committee.
A communication was rccoivod
from tho Houso concerning bills
Houso Bill 55, relating to tho
acknowledging and rocordinc of
I deeds and other instruments,
I passed third reading.
I Houso Bill 56, relating to the
! recording of final judgments or
decrees of Courts of record, also
passed third rending.
Sonato Bill 18, as amended by
tho Executive, authorizing tho
iBsuanco of bonds to the amount
of $3,330,000 at rates of interest
not exceeding four por cent and
redoomablo not less than twenty
fivo nor more than fifty years
from dato of issuanco, was taken
up on second reading, and read
by sections. With the exception
of Section 4, which was referred
back to tho Executivo to bo made
moro dofinite, tho bill passed.
Sonato Bill 19, fixing tho rate of
discount on tho new loan not to
exceed five por cout, nnd tho com
mission 2 por cout on lots of
bonds not less than $250,000,
passed second reading.
Tho Act placing tho public
squares and certain highways
under tho control of tho now Park
Commission was read first and
second times and roforred to tlm
Committeo on Public Lands.
m Houso Bill 57, limiting tho
time in which claims of creditors
against estates sliall bo presented,
was also read first and second
times, and roforred to tho Judi
Senator Rico'from tho Printing
Committeo presented Sonato Bill
54, a substituto for tho Loan Ap
propriation Bill passed boforo P.
O. Joiiob'b proposition cam up.
Houbo Bill 58, a substitute for
Senate Bill 38, relating to tho
jostoflico and postal laws, was
aid on tho table until information
was rocoivod from tho House con
corning tho fato of Sonato Bill 38.
Eecess to 1:30 p. m.
Ninety-Second Day, June 4th.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
At its opening this morniug
tho House was informed that tho
President, had signed tho bills
Continued on 8th Paye,
THE CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR
'iSIIIAI, CONVENTION or THE
0"IUIY IV HONK TNLAVPH.
tera-Rlluir Kxeri'l.oi-I.-.riir ttnltier-
IliK-I'antur IIIII'h Adrtr-
luo Christian Endeavor Society
in tho Hawaiian. ,IfllundB pnssed
its first milestone last night.
Central Union church vnK crowd
ed to the doOrs by tho audience in
nttendancQ at tho first C. E. con
vention. There never was a moro
representative gathering of tho
religious interests of tho'kisla'nd8,
and, if tho meeting foroensts tho
future, Christian Endeavor is hero
to stay and grow.
Tho platform was tastefully de
corated with flowers aud groons,
on each sido of tho speakers Was
a Christian Endeavor pledge, ono
that of tho junior socioty ot
Central Union church, tho other
that of tho Young Peoplo's Society
of ' that church, while C. E. in
largo letters mado of yellow
coleopsis adorned the organ.
After a Bong sorvico led by Miss
Grace Iliohards, the convontion
was oponod with prayor by tho
Bpv. S. Kapu of Wailuku, Maui.
Then followed a brief address
by 1 tho retiring president,
Mr. Lylo A. Dickoy, welcom
ing tho delegates and their
friends, roforriug to tho modest
way tho first society in tho world
started fif teon years ago, ami pro
phosying from tho largo audienco
of friends of C. E. tho samo won
derful growth and iniluence for
good hero of Christian. Endeavor
Societies that is seen elsewhere
Tho roport of tho secretary,
Miss Agnes Judd, told of throo
juniors and fivo Yonug Peoplo's
Sociotiqs of Christian Endeavor
now existing with 259 members.
Tho largost is tho Y. P. S. O. E. of
Central Union Church, which is
theoldcstsocioty,with 68 membors.
Tho smallest is tho Junior Socio
ty of Paia Foroign Church, Maui,
with 18 members. Twenty-four
Christian Endeavorcrs have join
ed tho church during laBt year,
and tho various societies have dono
active work in many lines.
Tho roll call of sooiotios was
responded to by all but tho Hilo
Junior Socioty and that of Mauna
olu Sominary, at Makawao, Maui,
tho youngest society, which sent
no delegates. Kawaiahao Semina
ry and Contral Union Church res-,
ponded to tho call with a song;
the Junior Society of tho Central
Union Church, the Hilo Socioty,
Paia Y. P. S. 0. E. and Paia Junior
Socioty, with soripturo verses.
Tho main address of tho ovon-i
ing was by tho Rov. W. H. Hill,
of Hilo, on tho possibilities of tho
Christian Endeavor movomont in
tho Hawaiian Islands. Ho said
that tho movement hero is now in
tho marrow, but that nothing
comes fullblown into existence.
The Christian Endeavor Socioty
now in its infancy has possibili
ties in exact proportion to tho way
tho members aro employed, for
Christian Endeavor is not now an
oxperimont but an experience.
Numbers count for nothing. Ono
little girl and a hon onco formed
a successful society. Down right
loyalty to tho Lord Jesus Christ
should mark a sooiotv. Christian
Endeavor, is a part of tho church.
It is tho Sunday-school activo for
Christ, as tho Sunday-school is
tho Christian Endeavor Society
loarning of Christ. Every pastor
can uso tho sooioty in his church,
for ho is by its vory constitution
tho head of it and ox-oflicio a
mombor of ovory committeo.
Aftor a song sorvico followed a
question box meeting led by Lylo
A. Dickoy, in whioh tho Epworth
League of tho Methodist church,
Rov. D. P. Bimio, pastor of Con
tral Union Church, and .many
of hors took part.
Mr. O. H. 1'airor, chairman of
tho nominating committeo, named
CWintKv o)i 5th I'uye.
THE NEW REFUNDING BILL
winch viiituai.l,y vhr.n the
RENATlT TUIH MORNIKH. .
An Art .o AntliorUr 111 t'oiixottrin-
llou of the Public Debt or the
'Repnbllo of Hnvrall.
Following is tho full text of tho.
new refunding bill, which virtual
ly ntiBBod tho Sonato on socond
Whoroas, undor tho various
Loan Acts passed by tho Legisla
ture of tho Government of tho
Hawaiian Islands, loans havo
boen contracted and bonds' havo
boon issued therefor or in respect
thereof, of which bonds amount
ing in tho aggregate to $3,096,200
'are now outstanding, wuiou uear
interest at varying rates and are
rodeomadlo at various dates, and
it will bo to tho best interests of
the Republic of Hawaii that all
such loans should bo consolidated
aud that authority should bo
given to provido for such consoli
dation by means of a new issue of
Now, therefore; for carrying out
tho purpogo above mentioned,
Bo it Enacod by tho Legisla
ture of the Ropublio of Hawaii:
Section l.Tho Minister of Financo
with tlm approval of tho Executivo
Council is horeby authorized -to
iesuo bonds of tho Ropublio of
Hawaii oither payable to bearer
or ta tho order of himsolf, with
interest coupons attached thereto
to an amount not exceeding in tho
aggrogato $3,330,000.00, in tha
manner, upon tho terms and for
tho purposos in this Aot Btated.
Section 2. Tho bonds tho issue
whereof is hereby authorized may
be issued from tirao to time, as
tho Minister of Financo with tho
approval of tho Executivo Council
may deem expedient, and ehnll
boar interest payable somi-an-nually
nt such rates not oxcoeding
four por cont, per anuum, and bo
redoomablo at such dato not less
than twenty fivo nor moro than
fifty years from tho dato of issuo,
as tho Ministor of Finance for tho
tirao being with tho approval of
tho Executivo Council may de
termine. Section 3. AU bonds issued
under tho provisions of this Act
shall bo exempt from any and all
taxes whatsoever and tho paymont
of tho principal and interest there
of shall constituto a charge on the
Consolidated Rovonuo of tho Re
public. Section 4. Tho Ministor of
Finauce, with the approval of tho
Executivo Council, may determino
tho denominations of tho bonds to
bo issued under tho authority of,
this Act; tho currency and placo
in which tho principal and 'inter
est of such bonds or any of them
Bhall bo payable and the poriod
nnd method of their redemption.
Section 5. Tho Minister of Fi
nance may mako such arrange
ments aB ho may doom advisable
for enabling tho holders of anysuch
such bonds to register samo oither
in Honolulu, Iluwuiiun Islands;
or London, England; or in Paris,
France; or in Now York in tho
State of Now York, U. S. A.; or
in San Francisco in tho State of
California, U. S. A.; or in Boston
in tho State of Massachusetts, U.
S. A.: and to remove such bonds
from tho register of ono city to
tho register of oithor of tho other
cities of registration and to trans
fer any of bucu bonus auu to ro
coivo tho intorost payable thereon
and repayment of tho prinoipal
thereof in any foreign country.
Section 6. Tho said bonds or
tho procoeds thereof shall bo ex
clusively dovoted to tho redemp
tion or couvorsiou of oxistiug
bonds horotoforo issuedby tho
Govorhmonf of tho Hawaiian Isl
ands and tho necessary expenses
incurred in offecting- such re
demption or conversion in ac
cordance with tho terms prescrib
ed by this Act.
Section 7. Tho Ministor of Fi
nanco with tho approval ot tho
Oimttnucil on J,lh Page.
'PREMIER COFFEE REGION
i'itosi'K(T or niuuusr cuoj vinr
Koine of tie I.rmlhiK 4,'iiltlvnteni
Kotm for Vcttlern but None for
"There is going to bo tho big
gest crop of colloo that Kona hns
over soon," answered a resident ot
North Kona, Hawaii, to a ques
tion from a Bulletin reporter.
"Thoro is no blight this year.
You qhould know that only ono or
two of tho now colloo plantations
will yield this yar. '
"Tho Kona Coffoo nnd Tea
Company will havo a fine crop
this yonr. Their last year's crop
was killed by tho blight. Dr. Mc
Wayno haB Bixty aores of coffoo
just above Knilun nil looking
fii'dtralo. Hie coffee was only a
year old in April and it lias hlo9
"CofTco is no now thing in Ko
na, you must romembor. Tho first
coffoo planted in tbeso islands
was in Manoa valloy, back of Ho
nolulu, in tho year 1822. Some
was planted in other places in
cluding Kona about the Bame time,
and for many years Kona coffoe
without systematic cultivation hog
boon tho favorite in Honolulu,
and small samples sent abroad
occasionally, havo created a de
mand for it in .Foreign markots.
"Dr. Lindloy has n good fiold,
and Dr. Rowat has started in well.
W. Mullor has vory fino coffoo on
his land. M.F. Scott has 135
acres of it, whioh looks vory well,
and John Groig's coffoo looks ex
"In South Kona ono of tho prin
cipal plantations is that of James
F. Morgan and F. B. McStockcr.
J. M. Monsnmt and Mr. Bucb
holtz nlflo have good plantations
"Wo aro going to havo a now
road in Kona, and that within
two years, if evorything goes
right. Tho monoy has boon voted
in tha loan bill. Tho present
road runs along at an olovntiou
of 1300 to 1500 feet, and tjio now
oxtonsion will bo about tho same.
It will opon up tho country for
coffoo cultivation, and givo an
outlet to many planters already
settled. Tho approaches aro iu
pretty fair condition now, so that
when that road goos through peo
ple can got to it, from sovoral
landings, and see the landa avail
able for cultivation.
"Thoro's a deal of coffoo land
up thoro for bona fido Bottlers bat
noue for speculators. Mr. Scptt
at Holualoa is prepared to givo
"Noxt tirao you go to Hawaii
soo that you tako in Kona. Thn
idea of a nowspapor man writing
up coffee on Hawaii without see
ing Kona is ridiculous."
flIIINENE CONNPIBAC C'ANEN.
Proceeding n the DUtrlct Court thia
In Judge do la Vorgno's court
this morning pleas of guilty woro
entered in eight of tho Chineso
conspiracy cases in which Laa
Chbng was tho principal defend
ant, and ho was sentenced to pay
a fino pf $100 aud costs nnd to bo
imprisoned nt hard labor for the
term of ono hour ou oaoh charge
Tho othor defendants woro all dis
charged. David D. Irwin pleadod guilty
to assault and battory on tho sec
ond oflicorof tho Hawaiian steam
ship Kahului while upon tho high
soas on May 8th. Soutouco sus
pended. At 10:30 tho court adjourned
for tho day out of respect to tho
memory of Mrs. Hartwell.
Ill . II . ll I I M
W. J. Gallagher, editor of tho
Commercial Journal, has beou
commissioned by the San Fran
cisco Financial Letter to sizo up
tho Hawaiian business situation
in its relation to tho reciprocity
fct.t itiWv,t ivtA.& wi fc.K tMs;mtidm.4-
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